Ready to go all in on your business?

The first step is to stop treating it like a hobby or a side hustle.

The truth is that sometimes we kind of fall into a rut, or we become really stagnant in our business.

And we start doing the same old, same old, where maybe you don’t even know what to do to get things moving in your business and your sales and your marketing.

So I thought I would get really business minded in any way that I get business minded — by talking about courage and the Brave Yes, and getting business brave.

Because it’s all necessary. All necessary, if you want to grow, pivot, or uplevel in your current business.

Are you ready to start taking yourself and your business more seriously?

Are you ready for that? Are you all in?

That’s the question that I have for you today. And, what does it look like for you to be all in and start taking your business more seriously.

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That’s really what we’re going to be talking about in this week’s podcast episode.

I really want to get into what what it looks like to take your business more seriously and the 6 signs you’re ready to start taking your business more seriously.

But I’m going to start with some caveats — and then I’m going to move into the 6 signs to look for right now to detect what you should put your energy into in your business — and yourself.

Ready to Get Serious? 6 Signs You’re Ready to Go All In on Your Dream Business



  • What is the Fresh Start Effect?
  • 3 Caveats to consider if you’re wanting to take yourself and your business more seriously
  • Why bother taking YOURSELF more seriously in all of this?
  • What does it mean to say I’M ALL IN in your business?
  • How to lean into your own personal expansion to take yourself and your work more seriously?
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